Paint’n’Play is a 1 Day Beginners Art Workshop, no experience necessary.
Learn to paint with stencils and layers of paints in a step by step process.
Be impressed with your new talents, have fun and meet like minded people in a creative & interactive environment.
All materials are supplied/BYO Canvas.
Tuition Fee: $150
Where: 21 Blacks Camp Road, Somerville
When: 22 January 2017 from 10am-5pm
Contact: Michele Cleaver – 0417425116 firstname.lastname@example.org
Join artist & illustrator Karen Erasmus for a day of informal tuition in watercolour technique and be inspired by the beautiful formal gardens and extensive bushland of Coolart Homestead.
Assisting the workshop will be the new Artist-in-Residence at Coolart, Timothy Growcott. Tim will take you on a guided tour of the Barracks Studio and provide afternoon tea.
Basic equipment provided but participants are encouraged to bring their own materials if they have them. BYO lunch.
When: Sunday 27th November 2016, 10.00am to 2.00pm
Where: Coolart Wetlands and Homestead, Lord Somers Road, Somers
Bookings & Enquiries: Tickets $40.00, visit https://www.facebook.com/OakHillGallery or contact Timothy Growcott on 0409 047 232 or at email@example.com
What: Cathy VanEe will present a Still Life Pastel Demonstration
When: Saturday 3 September from 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Where: 390 McClelland Drive Langwarrin
Cost: $10 members and $12 non-members and includes a delicious afternoon team. No bookings necessary.
What: Cathy Van Ee is presenting a two day oil portrait workshop @ the Peninsula Art Society. A study of the romantic painting ‘The Mirror’ by Frank Markham Skipworth
When: Wednesday 21 & 28 September 10am – 3.30pm
Where: 159 Overport Road Frankston
Cost: PAS Members $130 non-members $150
Bookings contact: Phone Cathy on 0413337024 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
What: School Holiday Art & Writing Workshops
Where: Frankston South Community Recreation Centre
When: January 2016
Details: wordsmithsworkshops.com.au or P: 0412580262
What: 1 Day Workshop
When: Saturday 25th July 2015
Where: 85 Sages Road, Baxter
Bookings and Enquiries Contact: Celeste Amenta Ph: 0408 294 624
What: Creative writing workshops for kids from Grade one to VCE with bestselling author, Michelle Hamer
Where: The Long Room, Frankston Library
When: Monday nights – Term Three
From July 20-to-Sept 14
4.10pm-5pm Grades one to three
5.10pm-6pm Grades four to six
6.15-7.15pm Secondary students
$200 per term (nine sessions
Contact: Michelle Hamer Phone 0412 580 262
What: Colours of Nature by Textile Artist Tina Whiteley
A demonstration and personal exploration of Australian Native and cultivated garden plants as colourful fabric and fibre dyes.
Where: The Auditorium, Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, Cnr Ballarto Road & Botanic Drive, Cranbourne, Victoria
When: Sunday 9th August 2015 from 10.00 am – 11.30 am
Cost: Adults $30.30 Concession $23.90
For more information please visit: www.kurraradesigns.com.au
Enquiries and Booking (03) 5990 2200 or email@example.com
What: Make A Living From Your Art is a FREE artist development workshop where practicing artists will get very valuable tips on how to transform your creativity into a career!
When: First workshop Thursday 23 April, 7- 9pm,
Second workshop Saturday 16 May, 9.30 – 5pm
It is specially designed for individual artists and small arts organisations and gives a sneak peak into the Secrets of Success workshop which is a more intensive all day workshop on Saturday 16 May 2015.
Where: Cube 37, 37 Davey Street, Frankston 3199
Contact: Cube 37 on 9784 1896 for bookings and enquiries
What: A free workshop presented by peninsula poet, Andrea Louise Thomas. “Open to anyone who would like to have a go at writing and performing original poetry”.
Andrea Louise Thomas has been in the State Final of the Australian Poetry Slam three times, as well as being a finalist in Poetry Idol at the Melbourne Writer’s Festival three years running. Andrea completed an Australian Poetry Café Poet residency at the Mornington Peninsula Library. She’s had numerous poems published in journals and anthologies and has won prizes for poetry. She teaches writing and performing workshops in local schools and libraries. Andrea has appeared on TV and read her poetry on radio. Andrea is Arts Editor of Mint magazine (formerly Pearl Magazine). She has a degree in English Language and Literature from the University of California, Berkeley.
How: Participants will learn to identify distinctions between poems best suited for page (reading) or stage (performing). The group will discuss what works best for both formats. Each person in the class will be given time to write two short poems and perform them to the group. Andrea will provide coaching tips for successful performance.
Where: Frankston Library Long Room
When: Wednesday, March 18, 2014 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Cost: FREE but bookings appreciated. Ring 9784 1020.
What: Ceramics and Clay Sculpture Class
Where: Oak Hill Gallery Mornington 100 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington
When: 1st and 3rd Friday 1 – 3pm each month.
Details www.oakhillgallery.com.au www.facebook.com/OakHillGallery
Cost: $25 +materials
What: Tree of Life Painting With Michele Cleaver
Join us for a great day of painting at our beautiful Arthaven Studio at Sages Cottage, and enjoy the glorious views & fresh country air. This fun workshop is designed for students of all levels. Create your own colourful tree, filled with swirls and birds using a variety of paints and mixed media. You will learn how to create unique background textures and other useful techniques in applying mixed media & varnish finishes. Complete your own finished piece to take home!
When: Sunday 27th July, 10am – 4pm
Costs: Materials Required $95
Where: Arthaven Studios, 85 Sages Rd. Baxter
Contact: Bookings and Enquiries: Ph: Michele Cleaver 0417 425 116 or Lorin: 0412 660 495 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Beginners Art “Anyone Can Paint” 8 Week Course
When: 31st July to 18th Sept. Thursdays 1-3pm or 7-9pm.
“Enjoy learning how to paint with acrylics and produce your very own works of art.”
This 8 week course is structured to produce high quality artwork aimed at the beginner or novice. There will be set projects for you to complete and I will teach you techniques, mediums applications and brush use, whilst sharing and having fun in a non-judgemental environment with step by step tutoring.
Costs: 8 Week Term $240
Where: Arthaven Studios, 85 Sages Rd. Baxter.
Contact: Bookings and Enquiries: Michele Cleaver Ph: 0417 425 116
Lorin Randall Ph: 0419 679 510 E: email@example.com
What: Illustrated lecture and discussion with The Peninsula Artisans Robyn Rich and Samantha Menzies
When: Tuesday 3 June, 10.30am–12 noon Cost M $8 G $10
Where: Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Civic Reserve, Dunns Road Mornington bookings essential call 5975 4395
The Peninsula Artisans are a group of artist friends who came together to create a body of work for The Johnston Collection, Decorative Fine Arts Museum. Within their group of eight, they have textile and paper artists, wood workers, sculptors, print makers, knitters, embroiderers and oil painters, making pieces which vary from fabric sculpture vegetables to a hand spun and woven paper table runner which holds a hidden message. Robyn Rich has a love of painting, drawing and fabric sculpture. Samantha Menzies enjoys working with paper, plant fibres, fabrics, weave and ceramics.
What: The Peninsula Artisans – Mark Making WORKSHOP with Robyn Rich and Samantha Menzies
When: Tuesday 3 June, 1pm–4pm
Cost: MPRG Member $35 General public $40 (afternoon tea and all materials provided)
Combined Peninsula Artisans Lecture and Workshop M $40 G $45
Where: MPRG, bookings essential call 5975 4395
This workshop will stretch and play with the perceived conventions of drawing. During this 3-hour session participants will be given the opportunity to experiment with a wide range of materials and mediums, some of which may not be considered traditional ‘drawing tools’. Participants will leave the workshop with a concertina-style booklet containing a selection of their samples from the day.
What: Life drawing untutored
Who: Sorrento Life Drawing Group
Where: Sorrento, Mornington Peninsula
When: Fridays from 10.00 – 12.00 am
Cost: $20 casual $15 pro rata for regular attendees
Contact: Ngaire on 0419-574-971
What: Paperweight Workshop with Eileen Gordon and Nadia Mercuri
When: Saturday June 14 and Friday June 27 2014.
Where: Gordon Studio Glassblowers 290 Red Hill Rd Red Hill
Enquiries & Bookings: contact Eileen on 0359 89 7073
What: Healing Childhood Trauma brings together artworks made by survivors of childhood abuse. This exhibition provides a unique opportunity to better understand the impact of trauma and the healing power of art.
When: Thursday April 24 – Tuesday May, 20 Opening Night, Wednesday April 23, 6 – 8 pm
Where: G3 Artspace, Shirley Burke Hall, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale
Cost: Gold coin donation
Opening speaker: Mark Byrne, Acting Director Statutory and Forensic Services Design, Department of Human Services
A Guide to the Exhibition Floor talk and question time: ‘Healing Childhood Trauma’ Saturday 3 May, 2:30 – 3:30pm
Documentary, presentation and question time: ‘Beyond Words Understanding Childhood Sexual Abuse through Art’
Audience: aimed at tertiary students and professionals
When: Wednesday 7 May, 6 – 7.30pm
Tickets:$25, Concession $20
For bookings and enquiries: 9556 4440
What: Serigraphs – Two Day Workshop at Oak Hill Gallery.
Award Winning Industry Printmaker – Brett Jackson will be holding a two-day workshop for those who want to discover the art of Serigraphs. If you have always wanted to do an edition of your work but don’t know how or if you want to spend a fun weekend experimenting with new techniques, this is the course for you. Brett has been a commercial printmaker for thirty-seven years and the owner up until recently, of a boutique Serigraph business.
When: 12 – 13th April 2014
Where: Oak Hill Gallery, 100 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington
Cost: $320 Members $275 (all materials and lunch supplied) Class size limited to 5, so book early to not to miss out.
Visit: www.oakhillgallery.com.au for details. Bookings Essential
What: Art Classes – Drawing & Painting @ the Baker’s Art Gallery, Balnarring
Contact: Michael Leeworthy on 0408 051 027 or Jennifer Croom on 0408 384 061
What: The Actor’s Shed invites actors to apply to participate in their FREE storytelling workshops. The workshops will give you with the opportunity to experience professional actors, writers & directors in putting your acting skills into practice.
Be a part of a creative team; with opportunities for networking & showcasing of talents. Actors of all ages & levels are encouraged to apply, some experience would be welcome.
Where: Blairgowrie Snr Citz Hall, 13 William Road, Blairgowrie 3942.
When: Jan – March 2014
If you would like to apply please send recent Resume & headshot to ACTOR/WRITER/DIRECTOR WORKSHOPS at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details visit: www.actorsshed.com.au
Email will be sent confirming receipt of application. Actors will be contacted re casting and availability as dates confirmed.
What: School Holiday Art at Oak Hill Community Arts Cooperative
For the second week of the school holidays we have:
Tuesday – Acrylics – Using Acrylic paint to show detail within a painting.
Wednesday– Watercolour – This introduction to watercolour painting will teach you the secrets of how to paint beautiful watercolour landscapes.
Thursday – Collage – Using a variety of papers, fabrics and off cuts to make a collage to depict a landscape or scene.
Friday – Drawing Animals or Birds – If you have always wondered how to draw animals or birds then this is the class for you!
Bookings essential: $15 per class all materials supplied.
Contact: Oak Hill Community Arts Cooperative email@example.com or call 03 5973 4299